Yes indeed! The 18th episode of Random Old Records Podcast is out NOW and ready to be downloaded, streamed, and/or enjoyed at your leisure. I've been on a freakin' tear collecting tons of NEW jams and diligently sifting through them to put together this hour of hits featuring the likes of the Strange Boys, the Catburglars, White Mystery, Happy Birthday, the Rantouls, the Overnight Lows, Bare Wires, Harlem, Garbo's Daughter, and so much more! Check out some Hollows and Mean Jeans tracks from the latest Trouble In Mind singles I wrote about last week, and a chunk of songs from the AMAZING new Los Angeles Nuggets box set from Rhino. Rock n' roll has been killin' it in 2010 so far, so let me be your guide if you've been to lazy or busy to keep up.
If you're new to this blog, well first of all, thanks for reading! If you're a vet, then you know the drill. There's a ton of different ways to get the podcast from the internet to your computer and into your ears. First off, you can go to my podcast page at http://rorpodcast.mevio.com, where you can stream it off the page, download it, or subscribe with iTunes, RSS, and everything else under the sun so you never miss an episode! If you just wanna grab the file and not mess around, you can download it HERE. Are you bored with Pandora or bummed out since WOXY went under (AGAIN)?! Check out Real Punk Radio! It's a 24/7 streaming radio site featuring loads of amazing garage, rock n' roll, punk, psych, old-school country, and hardcore. It also just so happens to be where Random Old Records #18 will be premiering at 4 PM EST today! Point your browser to http://realpunkradio.com, join the chat, and talk some shit. You can also hear Maximumrocknroll Radio and a bunch of Garagepunk.com podcasts there, so don't hesitate! Last, but not least, you can simply click the play button on the miniature slab of black wax directly to your right to stream it right here and right now. Viva technology!
Just check the comments for the playlist. It's been a long, stupid, confusing, and kinda frightening winter, and all this sunshine has got me seriously jazzed up. The annual Cincypunk Fest was last weekend, and I'm working up an EPIC write-up to let y'all know about what's going on in the fair and beautiful Queen City. There's also a review describing the sunshine pop brilliance of The Millennium coming, so just keep smiling, download the podcast, and watch this space! Thanks for listening!